Lupus and Pregnancy: New Treatments Steer Clear of Birth Defects

Lupus is a serious autoimmune disorder that has a great range of severity. Its name originated from the mistaken belief that it was caused by a wolf’s bite. Since lupus disproportionately affects women of reproductive age, many women with lupus previously avoided getting pregnant, but advances in medical treatment have made the choice to have children a viable option for many sufferers. The Washington Post reports that the primary challenge is a range of birth defects caused by the...

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